Lana Del Rey has announced the title of her second album will be 'Ultraviolence'.
Lana Del Rey has announced the title of her second album.
The 'Video Games' star has quashed rumours she is set to retire from music by revealing details for her new record 'Ultraviolence', the follow-up to last year's debut 'Born To Die'.
The 27-year-old singer discussed her plans for the album at the Hollywood premiere of her new movie 'Tropico' last night (04.12.13), although there is no release date confirmed.
She said: ''I really just wanted us all to be together so I could close the chapter before I release my new album, Ultraviolence.''
Earlier this year, the star refused to confirm or deny whether she was retiring from music after a cryptic tweet saying 'Tropico' would be her ''farewell project''.
Fans at the premiere cheered as she announced plans for her new album and later tweeted their support.
One posted: ''So Lana Del Rey has a new album dropping at some point so I might cry tears of joy.''
'Tropico' is released online today (05.12.13) after months of delays and a screening at Hollywood's Cinerama Dome.
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